By D. Voigt, H. Peisker, S. Gorb (auth.), Bharat Bhushan, Harald Fuchs (eds.)
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Also, epicuticle of the tanned cuticle is rather stiff  compared to the spring constant of the cantilever beam (k = 0. 0627 N/m). That is why the differences in the material compliance between epicuticle and Si-wafer cannot explain differences in adhesion. We tend to explain differences in adhesive properties between these two substrates by the presence of the fluid layer on the beetle epicuticle. However, the influence of surface energy, which is presumably lower in silanized Si-wafer compared to clean epicuticle, cannot be completely excluded.
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Peisker · S. Gorb Fig. 3. AFM tapping-mode images of a fresh female elytron of Leptinotarsa decemlineata. A Height image. B 3D image. p, pores On surfaces washed with chloroform, irregular runlet-like patches of presumably waxy residues were found in AFM tapping-mode images (Fig. 4). These residues demonstrate that chloroform can dissolve the grease, but after evaporation of the solvent, they form a specific pattern on the surface. The typical width of such runlets in a cross section was determined to be in the range of 250 nm, and their height about 12 nm.
Applied Scanning Probe Methods XIII: Biomimetics and Industrial Applications by D. Voigt, H. Peisker, S. Gorb (auth.), Bharat Bhushan, Harald Fuchs (eds.)